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Feast of Epiphany 2017


On the 6th of January 2017, the school celebrated the inaugural celebration of the Epiphany or what it is also known as, The Three Kings Paraliturgy. Mr Edward Toh shared with the school the true meaning of Christmas and the significance of the Epiphany in relation to Christmas. The Epiphany which is celebrated twelve days after Christmas, marks the arrival of the Magi also known as the “Three Wise Men” in Bethlehem to visit baby Jesus. What is notable here is that the Magi were non-Jews and that Christians acknowledge this occasion as a sign that Christ’s arrival is for all nations.

On the 6th of January 2017, the school celebrated the inaugural celebration of the Epiphany or what it is also known as, The Three Kings Paraliturgy. Mr Edward Toh shared with the school the true meaning of Christmas and the significance of the Epiphany in relation to Christmas. The Epiphany which is celebrated twelve days after Christmas, marks the arrival of the Magi also known as the “Three Wise Men” in Bethlehem to visit baby Jesus. What is notable here is that the Magi were non-Jews and that Christians acknowledge this occasion as a sign that Christ’s arrival is for all nations.